- Famous for: Festivity, Architecture, Worship
- Entrance Fee: There is no fee
- Visiting Time: 4 AM to 10 AM and then from 5 PM to 8:30 PM
- Visit Duration: 1 hour to 2 hours
Kerala, being situated on the Malabar Coast of India, is packed with various beaches. Some of the beaches are full of fun activities, while some others are calm, serene and secluded. Here, we enlist the top five beaches in the Thrissur district of Kerala. These beaches are not so famous and not on the priority list for the travelers; still, their serene beauty is no doubt attractive and you can feel attached with the essence of nature while you are there.
Known to most by its anglicized name Trichur, Thrissur is also called the “Cultural Capital of Kerala“. Built around a 65-acre hillock, Thrissur is home to several temples, learning centers, cultural centers, churches and several colorful cultural festivals. The city was one of the oldest sites of human settlements with megaliths and dolmens belonging to the Neolithic period. Thrissur also came under the rule of the Chera dynasty of the Sangam era and later under the Kingdom of Cochin and eventually the British. The climate of Thrissur stays pleasant all year round with the city receiving rains between May and October. Here’s the list of the best places you can visit in Thrissur.